Import session data Pro Tools 10


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Importing session data

A terrific feature of Pro Tools is the ability to import session data from one session file directly into another session file. You can do this for any type of track, including audio, instrument, auxiliary, master fader tracks, etcetera. And I like to use this feature to import tracks that have settings that I really like on them. Like for example, if I've dialed in a nice vocal signal path with effects and EQ and compression, and I want to duplicate that into a new session, or if I want to bring an instrument track that already has some notes on it or something that I really want also in this new session, this is the way to do it, using the import session data option.

If you go to File > Import > Session Data, here we can choose which session that we want to import from, and I'm going to just go ahead and double-click on Composing_With_Vls, and that opens up our Import Session Data dialog box. At the top we've got the source properties and these are the properties that h...

Importing session data
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Importing session data provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 10 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Pro Tools
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